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, governor romney, have opposed what's called comprehensive immigration reform. allowing children of illegal immigrants to get benefits from the dream act so they can go to college and stay in the united >> we are american citizens and it's an issue that we need to address as a nation and i am homeful they will be addressed appropriately. >> there is speculation that you, governor, you are very popular and you could be a vice presidential running mate for mitt romney or rick santorum. he said nice things about you. what do you think about that? >> let me tell you, i believe the republican party has done a good job in reaching out to the hispanic community, however we need to do more. it is not about the faces that actually are going to be seen in our ticket in november. it's about the values that will be behind those faces. the hispanic community share many values with the republican party. we have to stress those rarlz f regardless of who appears on our ticket. >> do you like the idea of a vice presidential ticket? >> i love my job and i want to stay here if i can and i enjoy what i'm doin
that you, governor, you are very popular and you could be a vice presidential running mate for mitt romney or rick santorum. he said nice things about you. what do you think about that? >> let me tell you, i believe the republican party has done a good job in reaching out to the hispanic community, however we need to do more. it is not about the faces that actually are going to be seen in our ticket in november. it's about the values that will be behind those faces. the hispanic community share many values with the republican party. we have to stress those rarlz f regardless of who appears on our ticket. >> do you like the idea of a vice presidential ticket? >> i love my job and i want to stay here if i can and i enjoy what i'm doing. i look forward to another four years continuing to turn a corner here and make our economy grow. i want to work with the president that will be working hand in hand with us to guarantee that the security we need in the region will assist us in creating jobs. >> very diplomatic answer. good politician. i love puerto rico and i love san juan. stay with us. we
in these two states, we are already impacting the national debate on a scale that all of romney's ad money hasn't achieved. and we're doing it because ideas matter. being able to make a principle case matters. the reagan tradition of visionary conservatism was based on proverbs and the deep believe that without vision people perish. and i believe we need a visionary leader who is prepared to talk about a dramatically better future with dramatically more jobs, more energy, and a safer and stronger america. that's the key to winning this fall. not all this petty baloney, but the really big choices. and as i went around both states talking about $2.50 gasoline, having all sorts of folks in the elite media saying that's not possible, and finally on saturday in the "wall street journal" they wrote a piece that is entitled "newt gingrich is right about gasoline." and he walked through step by step why it's possible. and the fact is it's very possible. and then yesterday, steven moore reported in the "wall street journal," numbers are so amaz g amazing, the fact i want to about substance is what make
just say off the top also, we're actually at a mitt romney event waiting for him to come in. but to your point about rick santorum and those comments about english only, it is something that enflames passions on both sides. in terms of conservative circles, fred, conservatives feel like english should be the language of the land. it is just one of the enduring conservative ideals, right? and when he said that in puerto rico, he was then asked about it a little later and he stood by it, didn't really back down from it too much, but a lot of people in puerto rico and beyond, latinos back here in the u.s., it raised a lot of eyebrows. one puerto rican official said that it was a very limiting and narrow view and when you couple that, fred, couple that with some people who feel like republicans have been taking some very hard line anti-latino -- a hard line against issues that latinos care about, take illegal immigration, a lot of republicans say they want to deport illegal aliens or people who have been living here in the u.s. for a while, sonia sotomayor, the supreme court jus
gingrich edged out romney for second place by just under 2,000 votes of the more than 600,000 cast. and just before 11:00 p.m. eastern time, an even tighter race in mississippi was called for santorum who took in 33% of the vote there. newt gingrich and then mitt romney followed with 31% and 30% respectively. and just within the hour, nbc news declared mitt romney the projected winner in the hawaii caucuses. won 40% of the vote, defeating rick santorum by 20 points. good morning, everyone, a live look at time square on this wednesday morning. it's march 14th. welcome to "morning joe." with us onset, we have msnbc and "time" magazine senior political analyst mark haleprin. we have national affairs editor for "new york" magazine john heilemann. "game change" boys. and former chairman of the republican national committee, michael steele. perfect morning to have you all onboard. willie, hello. >> wow. >> a couple of things went down last night. we -- mitt lost to rick santorum and to newt. right? >> third place in both states. >> that's not good, michael. >> not good. and they keep cry
mitt romney has to think about which side he's on, rush or the woman he was insulting, just a minute i'm thinking. my guess is the woman will remember, all women will remember. that is "hardball" thanks for being with us. "the ed show" starts right now. >>> good evening americans, welcome. rush limbaugh's fake apology was rejected by sandra fluke. the king of krif talk is bleeding advertisers, conservatives are attacking me? this is the "the ed show," let's get to work. >>> the two words were inappropriate, they were uncalled for. >> rush limbaugh has issued an apology and the woman he victimized isn't buying it. >> i don't think that a statement like this issued saying that his choice of words was not the best changes anything. >> now's terry o'neill on rush limbaugh's attempt at an apology. krystal ball on the latest on the boycott, plus salon's joan walsh and richard wolffe on the sorry republican response to limbaugh's sorry remarks. >>> ohio governor john kasich is refusing federal disaster relief for his state and democrats accused him of playing politics. ohio congres
-eve, mitt romney's campaign just keeps getting goofy. >> born on a mountaintop in tennessee, raised in the woods so he knew every tree. >> all the latest on the state of the race with the nation's john nichols, and analyst howard fineman. >> he killed himself a bear. davy, davy crockett. >>> good to have you with us, thanks for watching. >>> breaking news off the top, a second station has decided to drop the rush limbaugh radio show. could it be the tip of the iceberg? for the last three days of last week, rush limbaugh has had no remorse about attacking a 30-year-old law student, sandra fluke. he called her some of the worst names imaginable and assaulted her character. when he started losing sponsors, he said he was sorry. but he didn't really apologize for what he had actually done. today, he said he attacked sandra fluke because he was using the strategy of the left. >> this is the mistake i made. in fighting them on this issue last week, i became like them. against my own instincts, again my own knowledge, against everything i know to be right and wrong, i descended to their le
are up for grabs. one of those states is ohio where mitt romney and rick santorum appear to be heading toward a photo finish. carl, santorum did have the lead. romney seems to be gaining. how is it looking? >> reporter: in the polls at least with less than 48 hours, this is statistical tie in two polls and a real tie in a third. santorum has seen his lead evaporate with romney winning five states in a row. he has the momentum after washington state last night. still santorum has passion behind him. his voters are very enthusiastic when it comes to conservatives and tea party members have a big advantage over romney. he is not giving an inch. santorum believes he is going come out with delegates and someone's super tuesday. >> we are a survivor. we are doing as well as anybody in all these races, first or second in most of the states out there. i think that is going to go well for us. >>> he is making a reference to newt gingrich, santorum and gingrich tried to dodge questions today about whether or not they think the other conservative alternative to romney should drop out. gingrich sa
on the air about a georgetown university law school student. plus, snl's mitt romney spins his narrow victory in michigan with a little help from his fake sons. that clip a little bit later in the show. first, though, let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. here at "30 rock" in new york city. the presidential candidates spread out across c ahead of s tuesday. 10 states will be in play tomorrow with 400 delegates at stake. the contest could bolster front-runner mitt romney. he added to his campaign momentum on saturday, winning washington state. those caucuses brought him 38% support, a double digit lead over ron paul and rick santorum. all eyes certainly will be on the state of ohio where romney and rick santorum in a statistical tie according to the latest nbc news/marist poll. on now two ohio's largest newspapers. cleveland plain dealer and the cincin enquirer putting their support behind mitt romneyment the former governor locked up the endorsements of two key conservatives. tomko burn and house majority leader eric cantor. they are hoping it will give their candidate a boost for conserva
>>> this morning on "early today," no knockout punch. mitt romney appears to clinch a narrow super tuesday win but fails to bring clarity to the primary race. >>> cosmic curse? asstr astronomers have a clue. >>> serious competition. the world's fastest man takes on the world's no eligible bachelor. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello. good morning. i'm lynn berry. >>> today, we begin with a split decision. yesterday on super tuesday, republican presidential candidate mitt romney pulled off a narrow victory in the key delegate rich state of ohio but he lost several other states to rival rick santorum. romney was the apparent winner of ohio with 38% p that is just 1% more than santorum. in virginia, it was a two-man race because santorum and newt gingrich didn't make it onto the ballot. romney is the projected winner there with 60%. with 72%, romney also won massachusetts, the state where he was governor. romney is the projected winner in vermont with 40%. in the idaho caucuses, romney won a decisive victory with 62%. he also picked up four delegates in wyoming wh
correspondent jim acosta is following mitt romney. jim, what are you hearing from the romney campaign? what's their realistic objective come tuesday? >> reporter: well, their realistic objective come tuesday is to win as many delegates as possible. and that is what this campaign is about right now. and it's about delegates, delegates, delegates. we're standing outside of a romney event in bellevue, washington, just outside of seattle where the romney campaign put out these flyers instructing caucusgoers in the state on how to participate in their caucuses on saturday and basically because it's all about winning as many delegates as possible. the romney campaign advisers were telling reporters over the last several days that they're not only focusing on individual states, they're looking at individual congressional districts inside those states because as we all know, a lot of these states that are going to be voting on super tuesday will be allocating their delegates on a proportional basis and on a basis that is driven largely by these congressional districts. so in some cases, wolf, they
cameron starts our coverage tonight. >> reporter: on the eve of super tuesday, mitt romney has digit-digit lead in the national polls and bellwether of ohio he recounts his business experience over his rivals. >> other people in this race debated about the economy, they read about the economy, they talked about it in sub committee meetings but i have been in it. i have worked in business. >> it has romney up 11 points over santorum nationally. for the first time in months he has clear average in ohio polls, too. romney is up over santorum. virtual tie in margin of error. but that is a step-point shift to romney in the last week. santorum's lead among self-described ohio conservative is a 35-33 tossup. it's a virtual tie among men. romney is up nine points among women. romney is running strongest in northern and central ohio around cleveland and columbus. of the other super tuesday state, romney has leads in massachusetts, vermont, virginia and idaho. in ohio, santorum is strongest in the southwest, near the indiana and kentucky border and southeast near pennsylvania. he is ineligible
romney today, congressman paul ryan. the wisconsin representative says that romney is the right person to beat the president come november. he is also asking the party to rally around the former massachusetts governor. >> i have two criteria i am using to make my decision to vote in our primary tuesday. who is the best person to be president, who will make the best president, and who has the best chance of defeating barack obama. and in my opinion, mitt romney is clearly that person. >> we'll have more on paul ryan's endorsement and what this could mean for romney later in the show. >>> romney also got former president george h.w. bush's endorsement, but it also came with kind of an awkward moment. a reporter asked romney if george w. bush would also be endorsing him, and it put the former massachusetts governor in a little bit of a pickle, especially when bush sr. asked him, has he endorsed you? we'll have the details of that conversation for you a little bit later in "fair game." >>> israel is on high alert as hundreds of thousands of people, mainly arabs and palestinians, are floodi
that will speak english. >> that's a technical foul if many in the latino community. mitt romney leads the league in rebounds so far. everyone thinks he's the kentucky of the best with the best, clearest path to victory. he stumbled along the way and can't seem to win his conference. hard-core conservatives don't trust him and he got a stern talking to from some say they are the fox news who questioned if his head was really in the game. >> you've been making soft gaffes. you talking about people ask you about football, you talk about how you know the nfl owners. you talk about nascar, you know some racing owners. people say he can't relate. he's so rich he can't relate to the rest of us. why you keep doing that? >> i made a lot of money. i've been very successful. i'm not going to apologize for that. >> the winner out of this will face the defending champb, president obama. his poll numbers are over the place. some believe his fan base is tired while others question his energy. from the sound of it so far, he could be a tougher opponent from four years ago. >> every time prices start to go up, e
on the campaign trail today after mitt romney won six contests on super tuesday, but failed to put away his closest rival rick santorum. good evening, i'm gwen ifill. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the "newshour" tonight, we assess the state of play in the g.o.p. race with pollster andrew kohut, susan page of usa today, and trey grayson of harvard university's institute of politics. >> ifill: then, jeffrey brown looks at the diplomatic options available for dealing with the potential of a nuclear iran. >> woodruff: from the democratic republic of congo, fred de sam lazaro reports on one organization's efforts to help heal communities after two decades of continuous warfare. >> i don't like to fight >> ifill: ray suarez talks to m lahood, back in the u.s. after he and several other americans were detained in egypt. that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic per
lucy pulls the football away? ask mitt romney. every time he gets close to closing this deal, it gets jerked away. he's got the math on his side, but is that enough? >>> plus, president obama hosted david cameron in a don't call it a state dinner. but it's the campaign centric guest list that has our attention this morning. >>> and it's been 20 years since the first so-called year of the woman. this morning, how democrats are banking on woman candidates to hold control of the senate. it's thursday, march 15th, 2012, this is the "daily rundown" i'm chuck todd and the three hours tip-off to the ncaa tournament. >>> rick santorum is hoping the southern sweep finally gives him that clean shot at becoming romney's chief conservative challenger and he sure sounded like it yesterday. >> if we keep winning races, eventually people are going to figure out that governor romney isn't going to be the nominee. republican voters are overwhelmingly saying no. >> santorum has elm plambraced the candidate of evangelical voters. members of an evangelical church laid hands on him and asked him for praye
, they have to start talking about what's really important to the american people. jobs. mitt romney's talking about birth control. rick santorum is talking about socialism. and newt gingrich is talking about himself. but the fact is, most americans are desperate for another conversation. 51% say the economy and jobs matter most to them. no other issue gets more than 5%. getting jobs for the people is what voters want to talk about. those are the policies people want to hear debated. not side issues. republicans may be sidetracked, but president obama is not. >> this is not just another political debate. this is the defining issue of our times. this is a make-or-break moment for middle class families that everybody who's trying to get into the middle class. we can fight for an economy that's built to last, and that's what we've been talking about for the last three years. the values that always made this country great. hard work and fair play, and shared responsibility. everybody. >> getting people back to work through hard work and fair play. that's what matters. look at this. in the past 30
of delegates on tuesday. mitt romney appears to be gaining and rick santorum is definitely attacking. >> campaigning in ohio, rick santorum had one word to describe the latest revolutio revolutions about romney's record. [ inaudible ] that was aimed at the attack on santorum and gingrich as influence peddling washington insiders after this 10-year-old rid owe reveal by abc news showed romney running for governor in 2002, promising to use his washington connection to get money for massachusetts. >> i'm a big believer to get money where the money is. the money is in washington. it learn from the olympic experience if you have people who understand how washington works and personal associations there, you can get money to help build economic development opportunities. >> aides say he is pursued fund for his state as all governors do. he was in washington state holding a nonbinding caucus tomorrow. he made no mention of his rivals. the latest quinnipiac poll shows romney closing the gap to a virtual tie. santorum, 35. romney 31 in the poll's margin of error. romney leads with moderates b
>>> this morning, the results are in. >> mitt romney stays out in front with critical wince on super tuesday. rick santorum battles back with his own strong showing. >>> parting ways. peyton manning being cut today by his long time team the colts. where exactly will he land? >>> the sun early this morning unleashing an explosion headed right to earth. >>> and what a rescue. the officers who ran toward this big explosion getting a big thanks from their own. >>> and good wednesday morning, everyone. we have watched the results come down throughout the night. voters in ten states making a strong statement about the race. >> mitt romney came out the biggest winner. perhaps not enough to regain any real momentum. let's look at where things stand. he took six of the super tuesday contests. rick santorum one three. newt gingrich only winning his home state georgia. romney's biggest goal was to win ohio, which he did. scott goldberg is live in that battle ground state with more. hey, scott. >> reporter: good morning, rob and paula. if mitt romney had lost here, many said it would h
, the biggest day so far in the republican presidential campaign. with contests in 11 states. mitt romney is coming off his latest victory in yesterday's washington state caucuses. nbc's peter alexander is on the trail in ohio. >> reporter: stumping across the south today, mitt romney is hammering home his business background, looking to take a decisive advantage in the republican race. >> the economy is what i do, it is what i know, it is what i've done. >> reporter: while rick santorum battles to regain momentum. >> this is a game of survival. we're doing as well as anybody in all of these races. >> reporter: with 11 contests this super tuesday, the symbolic prize remains the general election battleground of ohio. for the latest nbc news/marist poll shows romney gaining on santorum. their matchup now a statistical dead heat. because santorum failed to complete the required paperwork, he may not be eligible for more than a quarter of ohio's delegates. >> it is a tough state for us because of the fact that with the money disadvantage, but we're -- we have got a great grassroots campaign.
, rick santorum is coming off a big weekend win in the kansas caucuses even as the romney campaign claims a big win with delegates. santorum got 51% support, a full 30 points ahead of romney. romney won the delegate vote in wyoming's county conventions on saturday. combined he added 39 delegates to his total this weekend, rick santorum got 36. in all romney leads santorum by 200 delegates. santorum rejecting that his rival's lead makes him the nominee. >> on the current track we're on right now, the fact is that governor romney doesn't get to that number. so the idea that you just make projecti projections, this is not a mathematical formula. someone who has out-spent 10-1 w all this wind at his back, yet he can't close the deal. i have my homestate yet to go. governor romney had about three of his homestates already. it's important to look to the future and see the opportunities we have. that's how we get back into this race. if we can get one-on-one, we can see we've done well there. >> tomorrow the republican race turns to the deep south. primaries in alabama and mississippi. over 100
in flames, heading right for america's top defense official. >>> romney on the ropes. after a bruising night, mitt romney asked why he won't stop talking about his wealth and his powerful friends. >> why do you keep doing that. >>> give me a break. a convict sentenced to life in prison, still collecting unemployment checks. "world news" investigations, $13 billion in taxpayer waste. >>> and mr. mom fights back. this diaper ad has american dads up in arms tonight. huggies, backing down. >>> good evening. after a tense week for the u.s. in afghanistan, there was another white-knuckle moment that nearly turned into a global crisis today. a truck, on the runway, just as secretary of defense, leon panetta was about to land. and moments later, the driver, an afghan that worked as a translator for american forces, went up in flames. abc's nick schifrin is in kabul to tell us what he has learned about this latest drama today. nick? >> reporter: diane, the u.s. in afghanistan is suffering from a cascade of crises. and the defense secretary came here personally today to reassure the troops the mission
appears to have most momentum in the straw poll is former governor mitt romney. only polling that is done by public policy polling and first one found rick santorum with an len point lead. but the second poll showed romney up by 5 percent. he was bell view, washington and largely ignoring the gop rivals and saving his attacks for president obama. >> if i am lucky enough to get to the white house, [applause] i won't be playing 90 rounds of golf in my first term, that's for sure. getting good jobs for you will be the job i care most about. we'll know the ruments of the straw poll later this afternoon. we'll not know about the delegates until the state convention. we expect 50,000 to 60,000 caucaus goers four years and show you enthusiasm and only 13,000 washington gop people came out to caucaus . a lot more people are expected today as the interest in the caucaus is higher than four years ago. uma. >> indeed, excitement is building. and as we mentioned. super tuesday is three days away . 419 delegates are at stake. ohio has the highest delegate count with 63 in play . alaska has 24 delegate
shows santorum did split evenly the state's 30 delegates with mitt romney. santorum says if mitt romney can't win decisively in his homestate his entire candidacy needs to be re-evaluated. >> we won michigan last night by coming out of michigan with 15 delegates out of 30 delegates in mitt romney's homestate. being outspent 6-1. we went into his backyard. he spent a fortune, money he had no intention of spending, and we came out of there with the same number of delegates as he does we are in great shape. we're excited about what will happen on super tuesday. we went into michigan. i doen't know if you're listening, we went into michigan and pulled off the impossible. >> mitt romney arguing democrats are responsible for santorum's strong finish in michigan. >> they got the news from michael moore to barack obama's team to frankly rick santorum as well saying go play mischief in the republican party vote against mitt romney and try to give this to rick santorum. they don't want to face me in the fall. they would rather face rick santorum, so they came in large numbers and voted for rick.
tonight, will mitt romney's wins power him through super tuesday? was the win in michigan in name only and the wyoming caucuses tonight, the results, first with isha sesay. >> anderson, the siege in homes gets worse with opposition saying that the assad regime is flying helicopters overhead in syria firing at citizens on the ground. that and more when "360" continues. how can you get back pain relief that lasts up to 16 hours? with thermacare heatwraps. thermacare works differently. it's the only wrap with patented heat cells that penetrate deep to relax, soothe, and unlock tight muscles. for up to 16 hours of relief, try thermacare. but when she got asthma, all i could do was worry ! specialists, lots of doctors, lots of advice... and my hands were full. i couldn't sort through it all. with unitedhealthcare, it's different. we have access to great specialists, and our pediatrician gets all the information. everyone works as a team. and i only need to talk to one person about her care. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedh
is rick santorum. the presidential hopeful winning big and making sure mitt romney hears him loud and clear. >> for someone who thinks this race is inevitable, he spent a whole lot of money against me for being inevitable. >> the republican race, we're still in it. >> and newt gingrich promises to keep going and has a message for mitt romney! >> if you're the frontrunner and you keep coming in third, you're not much of a frontrunner. >> a whole breakdown of the results just seconds away. brian? >> and he's hung in. he's hung this american flag outside the auto shop for more than 30 years. now, the city says he needs to take it down or go to jail. >> what? >> "fox & friends" starts right now. >> we should have made that scramble word mississippi combined with alabama. those two big primaries last night and here is a look at the results. could be labelled a stunning victory for rick santorum because he was not ahead in any of the recent polls in either of those states but he walks away the winner in both of them. >> and the one who didn't win probably has the most pressure t
care, and he is the worst because he was the author of romney care. >>> at the top of the hour, good morning, everyone. welcome to "morning joe." >> did we edit that? did we take the bs part out? >> he actually said the word. i'm glad you didn't. it's monday, march 26. with us on set, we have msnbc and time magazine senior political analyst mark halpern, and msnbc contributor mark barnicle. hi. >> hi. >> you're here. >> contributor? >> how do you contribute? >> i want to know what you bring to the table. >> man, a lot of good stuff. >>> first of all, we have to talk about the final four. can anybody beat kentucky, guys? >> no. >> kansas. >> you think kansas can? >> kansas is really confident. kentucky is better. it will be a really good final. >> yeah. i mean, a couple of great games. boy, florida blew it. can you believe they just completely collapsed? >> actually i tuned that game out when i thought it was over. came back, and louisville was up. >> i was like, it's over. rick pitino now 11-0. can i just say i love pitino? >> you just did. >> great coaches left in the tournament. >>
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